2023 Petroleum Engineering Professors
There are about 3,713 students enrolled in Petroleum Engineering in the USA.
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Fast Facts for Petroleum Engineering: Median Professor Rating: 3.6 / 5, which is below average.
Professors again and again play a monumental role in your college experience, regardless of your focus. An amazing professor might provide inspiration and set a student up for future success. On the other hand, an ineffective professor can bring a lot of anxiety or even worse... flunk you!
Professors of Petroleum Engineering, concerningly, only have a median student rating of 3.6 / 5, putting these professors in the bottom 8 percent in America based on overall professor quality. For context a 3.6 rating is 10% lower than the national median professor rating for all subjects. Petroleum Engineering professors just surpassed those from "Electrical Engineering Technologies", whereas "Biochemistry" professors ranked one slot above Petroleum Engineering.
Now for some statistics about Petroleum Engineering professors. Colleges located in midsize suburbs tend to have the best Petroleum Engineering professors. The Pacific West Conference has the highest rated Petroleum Engineering professors. The Mid East region has the highest rated Petroleum Engineering professors. Private institutions tend to have higher rated Petroleum Engineering professors than public colleges. Finally, South Dakota has the highest rated Petroleum Engineering professors in the US.
Aditi Marwaha, instructor at University of Houston in Houston, TX is the most popular Petroleum Engineering professor in the United States. Andrew Medford, professor at Georgia Institute of Technology-Main Campus in Atlanta, GA is the highest rated Petroleum Engineering professor in America, with a rating of 5 / 5.
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